Double dip


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Double dip

Used for listed equity securities. Dividend roll in which the "dividend capturer" already owns the stock cum dividend. Also used when tax depreciation is accessed in two countries concurrently. For economics, it refers to two closely dated recessions, e.g. 1980-82.

Double Dip

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Fieri will then shove the entire sandwich into his mouth before explaining that it is by far the best Bogbrush double dip piranha sandwich he has ever had, which is probably true, and that the flavours are "off the chart", which is probably not.
Analyst Samuel Tombs, of Capital Economics, said: "The survey highlights the increasing risk that the industrial sector - and perhaps even the overall economy - is heading for a double dip."
But Chancellor George Osborne hailed it as good news because it was better than the gloomy forecast of 0.4% and could lead to Britain escaping a double dip. He told a Cabinet meeting that "some confidence" could be taken from the figures although "the global situation remains choppy".
THE jobs market is starting to slow down amid fears of a possible "double dip" in employment, a new report has warned.
ECONOMISTS have warned that the housing market is heading for a double dip as mortgage lending slumped.
Hence a so-called Double Dip Recession is highly likely."
The slowdown in China's economy will stabilise and there is little risk of a double dip recession, the central bank said, amid fears the Asian giant was running out of steam.
His take on the situation suggests that the "double dip" is an elusive, economic boogie man.
In England there was a Conservative majority of 62 seats for public spending cuts and a double dip recession.
Never double dip! And no matter how much fun you're having, don't talk with your mouth full.
In contrast, the full-year change approach allows a taxpayer to "double dip" a deduction, but the taxpayer must amortize the second deduction in accordance with Temp.
Summary: Confidence has continued to slump on the markets after concern the world economy is sliding into a double dip recession.